Negative SEO Services — How To Protect SEO Attack

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What is Negative SEO?

  • Hacking your website
  • Building hundreds or thousands of spammy links to your website
  • Copying your content and distributing it all over the internet
  • Pointing links to your website using keywords like Viagra, poker online, and many others
  • Creating fake social profiles and ruining your reputation online
  • Removing the best backlinks your website has

Is Negative SEO a Real Threat?

How to Prevent Negative SEO Attacks

1. Set up Google Webmaster Tools Email Alerts

  • Your website is being attacked by malware
  • Your pages are not indexed
  • You have server connectivity problems
  • You get a manual penalty from Google

2. Keep Track of Your Backlinks Profile

3. Protect Your Best Backlinks

  • When you communicate with webmasters, always use an email address from your domain, instead of using Gmail or Yahoo. This way, you will prove that you work for the website and that it’s not someone else pretending to be you. Your email should look like this: yourname@yourdomain.com.
  • Keep track of your best backlinks. For this, you can use Monitor Backlinks again. Go to your list of backlinks and sort them by Page Rank or social activity.

4. Secure Your Website from Malware and Hackers

  • If you are using WordPress, install the Google Authenticator Plugin and create a 2-step verification password. Each time you log in to your WordPress website, you will be required to add a code generated by Google Authenticator on your smartphone (available on iOS and Android).
  • Create a strong password with numbers and special characters.
  • Create backups of your files and database on a regular basis.
  • If your website lets users upload files, talk to your hosting company and ask them how you can install antivirus to prevent malware.

5. Check for Duplicate Content

6. Monitor Your Social Media Mentions

7. Watch Your Website Speed

8. Don’t be a Victim of Your Own SEO Strategies

  • Don’t link to penalized websites.
  • Don’t buy links from blog networks, and don’t buy links at all for SEO.
  • Don’t publish a massive number of low quality guest posts.
  • Don’t build too many backlinks to your website using “money keywords.” At least 60% of your anchor texts should use your website name.
  • Don’t sell links on your website without using the “nofollow” attribute.

9. Don’t Make Enemies Online

  • For fun
  • For revenge
  • To outrank competition in search engines

How to Combat Negative SEO Against Your Website

1. Create a List with the Backlinks You Should Remove

2. Try to Remove the Bad Links

3. Create a Disavow List

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What is Negative SEO and How to Recover from it.

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